Tag: Educational

  • What Is The Speed of Dark

    Everyone knows that the speed of light is the fastest speed possible for any physical object. But what about the speed of dark? Darkness is just the absence of light, but as Michael of Vsauce explains, that’s only half of the story.    Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2014/07/30/what-is-the-speed-of-dark/

  • Red Hot Ball Of Nickel Dropped Into Water Has Amazing Science Fiction Like Results

    Homestead chemist Cars And Water has a slew of video experiments, and for the first time, has gone viral. In his video Red Hot Nickel Ball In Water, he drops a ball of burning red hot pure nickel into a bucket of water. Once immersed, the metal reacts in a truly out-of-this-world fashion reminiscent of 1960′s science fiction.   The […]

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  • Three New Discoveries In Space

    Space knows no bounds, and the same goes for the discoveries in space. We are still discovering new worlds, new pockets of elements, and new breakthroughs every year.  Hank Green of Sci Show explains 3 New Discoveries In Space in this trending viral video.    Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2013/12/18/three-new-discoveries-in-space/

  • The Moon Illusion

    Perhaps you have looked up at the clear night sky, and the moon appeared bigger than normal. No, the moon didn’t change actual size, and, no, you aren’t going crazy. It’s called the moon illusion, and is the latest subject of science Asap SCIENCE has chosen to shed some light onto.    Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2012/10/25/the-moon-illusion/

  • Three Reasons War Is Actually Going Away

    War! Violence! Destruction! If you read today’s headlines you may be led to believe that we live in a terribly violent time. But news channel Vox explains that we actually live in a very peaceful time thanks to three major reasons.  Remember, there’s less war and violence now than at any time in human history. We just […]

  • How Big Can A Person Get?

    In his latest educational video, scientist Vsauce discusses the human body. Specifically, how big can a human being grow? It’s not only our human DNA that seems to place a figurative ceiling capping human height under eight feet. Our proportions actually can’t handle humans being that much taller, as our bones, heart, and more couldn’t function properly with such […]

  • How Does Deodorant Work

    Most of us use deodorant, but have no idea how it actually works. What many people don’t realize is that there are two different products in the deodorant aisle: deodorant and antiperspirant. They are often mixed together, but they are also sold separately. Mental Floss explains the difference between the two, and how they help make us […]

  • Mars Curiosity Rover Landing Point Of View

    The mainstream focus surrounding the Mars Curiosity rover lasted a whole five minutes, but Internet nerds are still very much interested in the NASA made robot that landed on Mars on August 6th.   Working frame-by-frame from the data made available from NASA, suitzoot spent four long weeks cleaning the original decent footage into this gorgeous, super […]

  • Bent Memory Paper Clip Reverts Back To Original Shape When Dropped In Water

    What sorcery is this? When this man bends a paper clip into a completely different shape, the clip reforms its previous shape in seconds when dropped in hot water. Actually, there’s no magic here at all. Mist8k explains that the paper clips is made of Nitinol, also known as memory metal.     Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2014/07/08/bent-memory-paper-clip-reverts-back-to-original-shape-when-dropped-in-water/